Walking

Walking is the true and purest way to explore and experience the bush.

With no pollutants of sound and smell, or the relative safety of a vehicle. The reality of how small we are in such a vast landscape hits home.

One might at first experience a sensory overload. A cocktail of scents, sights and sounds none of which you can differentiate. With each walk, you learn a few of the ingredients, which make up this cocktail of the life you are experiencing.

The diversity of the walks can satisfy all. From gentle botanical walks, learning the traditional uses and medicinal properties of plants. Short Cave walks to see where members of the community used to live. More vigorous bush walks, tracking wildlife and learning bush craft. Forrest walks, to soothe the soul and enjoy the calming effects of a Forrest.

For those that really need to stretch the legs and explore further, there are numerous hills, mountains and ridges healthy enough to exhaust the intrepid.

Further still …. Take a train of camels and walk as far as you want with Martins father Charlie. This is a must do at least once in your life and the likelihood is you will do it again, and again. These trips are also tailored to your abilities and requirements.